Publicis India appoints Sirish Suveer as vice president to be based out of their Mumbai office

Sirish Pic 1.jpgPublicis India has appointed Sirish Suveer as Vice President. To be based out of Mumbai, Suveer will manage the business and growth for multiple brands at the agency. He will report to Paritosh Srivastava, COO - Publicis Ambience.
 
An experienced advertising and brand management professional, Suveer joins Publicis India from Mullen Lintas where he was instrumental in developing branding, communication & marketing solutions for a host of brands including Dabur, Gionee, Vistara, Honda among others. He also played a key role in the planning and execution of all marketing and brand deliverables across multiple media platforms.
 
Srivastava said, "Sirish joins us at an opportune time wherein our agency is on a terrific growth path and in the thick of exciting action on many brands. He has a balanced head, a very human heart and a way to charm people around. His proven track record of building effective brand strategies and executing complex projects with ease will bolster our communication capabilities further. I wish him the very best for his journey at Publicis India."
 
Suveer (pictured above) is armed with over 14 years of professional experience and has worked in senior roles across various agencies including Mullen Lintas, JWT, Lowe Lintas, Grey Worldwide & others. He has even donned the Marketing hat while he worked at Max Life insurance and was an integral part of the team that worked on the transition from Max New York Life to Max Life Insurance. Some of the brands that he has worked on over his 14-year journey include PepsiCo, Sonata, Fastrack, Britannia, Kingfisher, Dabur, Airtel, Flying Machine among others.
Suveer said, "There is talk nowadays about how advertising is moving towards an integration model between mainline and digital, but after I met Paritosh Srivastava and Srija Chatterjee, I realised how Publicis India was ahead of this curve making it a future-ready organisation. I am excited to begin this new chapter and help achieve bigger milestones for the agency and lead the next wave of growth for our clients."

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